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Subject:Re: Framemaker training From:Tim Merrick <TimM -at- ILE -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 14 Aug 1997 13:51:25 -0600
I have not heard of ESNE, so I can't comment on the quality of their
training. However, I have attended several seminars by Solutions and
they were all excellent. None of them were on FrameMaker, but Solutions
does offer FrameMaker training. You can check out the seminars they
offer by pointing your web browser to:
Senior Technical Writer
ILE Communications Group
timm -at- ile -dot- com
> I've got a quick question for the group:
> I'm switching our staff from PageMaker to FrameMaker in the coming =
> weeks, and I'd like us to participate in some formal FrameMaker
> training =
> before our first project. I just received a flyer offering Frame =
> training (among other things) from "ESNE, The Publications =
> Professionals" in Cambridge MA, and I was wondering if anyone had
> heard =
> of them -- or of any other good training organizations in the
> Northeast =
> (we're located in upstate NY).
> Any recommendations (or warnings) would be greatly appreciated.
> Amy M. Lattof
> Manager of Technical Communications
> Interactive Learning International Corp. (ILINC)
> 518-283-8799 =20
> amyl -at- ilinc -dot- com
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